“Hollywood has never beckoned. I didn’t want to tell a typical boxing story and I didn’t want it to be about masculinity, a man battling with his demons – although that’s a very universal story, I just felt that it had been done. Journeyman looks like a film featuring impressive performances by Considine, Foster and Whittaker. Inflammable Films. What happens when the doors close, and the fans go away.

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One day, Alan Darcy, a highly motivated man with the same kind of youth experience,... See full summary ». It was met with critical acclaim and awards success - so his follow-up was eagerly awaited. It was always in the back of my mind that I was going to tell a boxing story, but I didn’t know until I sat down and started writing that it was going to be about a fighter who had a brain injury. Jodie was the only actor I met for the role (of Emma). I did the same with Olivia Colman and Peter Mullan for Tyrannosaur.

Coming Soon. The story of a young woman haunted by a childhood trauma who finds herself unable to form close relationships. He retains his title but loses himself, and his family. | Rating: 7/10 Boxer Matty Burton suffers a serious head injury during a fight. All rights reserved. All Critics (39) It shapes people for the better, it offers an opportunity for people from working class communities to go into a sport and compete, there are a lot of great things about boxing. A comedian uses her troubled past as material for her stand-up routine, trying to rise up through the comedy circuit by playing Northern England's working men's clubs.

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